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There are several reasons for that, but the most obvious can be seen if you think about what the dating opportunities look like for a hot, bisexual, sexually open woman.
Out of the limited pool of hot, bisexual, sexually open women out there, many are just not inclined to date a couple (more on that in a bit), and the ones that are have all the single people on the planet to pick from, in addition to all those other unicorn hunters…the numbers are just not looking good for you.
My ex-husband was/is one of the nicest men on the planet and that sucks even more. I dyed my blonde hair red, which narrowed the field even further. I decided that unless I met someone extraordinary, marriage and children would probably not be a reality for me; and except for about a month when I was 33 and everyone around me was having babies -- I was more than okay with that. I had a career I loved; great friends, wonderful family and I made foreign travel my passion. I settled down, bought a house in the burbs, let my hair grow longer and went back to being a blonde. At last I found that indescribable, indefinable something I had been searching for, for almost two decades and he had found me.
I left an all around great guy because I yearned for something more. " my dad had asked me upon hearing that I wanted a divorce.
It used to be treacherous to wade through a sea of profiles and photos, trying to glean from arbitrary details if someone was a match. They are clearly culturally and socially awa — oh, no they just said that women comedians aren’t funny.Hard swipe left.”But now that politics is at the forefront of every conversation, debate dominates our feeds and minds, and protests are filling up our nights and weekends, it’s more acceptable to cut to the chase and see where people stand. I am here for saying “fuck nuance.” You either totally get it, or you don’t get it at all.This also means it’s easier than ever to spot a basic bitch and back away quickly. Some people want us to reach across the divide, to listen to each other and come to a compromise.I wanted to write this as a bit of an orientation for people who are interested in adding a third person to their relationship, as this is a pretty common way to want to start exploring polyamory.Typically, this is a male/female couple who are interested in finding a bisexual woman to date them both exclusively (though you can certainly have any gender in any of those roles! This is such a common place for couples interested in getting started in polyamory that it’s actually a cliché, and the term for it is “unicorn hunting.” The first thing to realize about unicorn hunting is that, as the name implies, it can be very difficult to find unicorns.
You discussed fears, limits, boundaries and what you’re both looking for (or you sure as hell should have! At this point, it would be absurd if you each didn’t have some level of fear that adding a third would disrupt your existing relationship, so you have probably come up with rules to try and protect it.